Banking Intermediation and Economic Growth: Some Evidence from MENA Countries
Taha Zaghdoudi (),
Ochi Anis and
Advances in Management and Applied Economics, 2013, vol. 3, issue 4, 5
In this paper, weâ€™ll try to study the impact of banking intermediation on the economic growth in ten countries in the MENA region over the period 1990â€“2009 using the method of GMM estimation for dynamic panels. Our results generally show a negative correlation between all variables of banking intermediation and economic growth. While, all variables of banking intermediation are positively correlated with each other.
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